Start a Hailie® Smartinhaler® sensor for the first time.

Congratulations for taking control of your asthma or COPD with the Hailie® Smartinahler® solution!

If your Hailie® Smartinhaler® sensor has a battery saver pull tab, simply remove it to wake (start) the sensor.

The sensor LED will flash green once and will then automatically enter pairing mode indicated by the LED flashing blue that lasts for up to 60 seconds.

If your sensor doesn’t have a battery saver pull tab, follow these instructions to wake your sensor:


Hold down the sensor status button for 3 seconds and then release.

Press the status button once more to check the battery level. The sensor LED should flash green prior to the first use.


Before first use, place the sensor on charge for a minimum of three hours or until the LED / Battery LED (depending on the sensor model) stops flashing.  The sensor is now ready to use.

To find out which type of sensor you have, visit Is my sensor rechargeable or non-rechargeable?

To find out how to check your sensor's battery level, go to Check Sensor Battery Status

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